Esquire magazine thinks Rihanna is the hottest woman on Earth!
Elderly Irish farmers might prefer if RiRi covered up, but she was wearing little more than seaweed for the latest cover of Esquire, which has named her the sexiest woman alive.
One of the things the magazine loves about Rihanna is her ability to speak her mind and own who she is. That could come in handy when she sits in on "The X Factor" next week as a special judge.
She’ll be adding her two cents as a guest judge on the panel, which includes two very opinionated music industry powers: L.A. Reid and Simon Cowell. Both men have no problem barking a little louder as they vie for position of top dog on the show.
According to RadarOnline.com, however, Rihanna said she’s really not sure who’s got a stronger desire to win. "I don’t know who’s more competitive between L.A. and Simon. They are both very stubborn individuals, but they also are very secure in their tastes," she said. "What they hate, they hate and what they like they really love. So I can see them being equally competitive in that area."
The Barbadian beauty also commented on the men’s critiquing style, which could rub some people the wrong way. "Simon is…very raw. Let’s put it that way. With the way that he approaches critique. But it’s very honest. You have to listen to everything he says, no matter how nasty it might sound," said the singer. "L.A. Reid… he can definitely be a pain in the ass as well."
Rihanna went on to confirm what Lady Gaga found out the hard way: Your career at his label could all depend on the mood he’s in. "I have to say, he will find a way to make you feel you might have a second chance on a nice day, but he rarely gives [a] second chance," Rihanna shared. "You have to really impress him in a short time."
Obviously, Rihanna’s done something right in her career as she’s getting ready to drop her sixth album, Talk That Talk, in November. The only problem is that Rihanna’s having a hard time figuring out, which album cover to use. Scroll down to take a look at her options.